There is a new baby fashion trend, and Difrax is leading the way. Difrax has designed their line of pacifiers with style and careful thought. Difrax makes pacifiers in three stages: 0-6 months, 6-18 months and 18 months and older. The following is a review of what this Examiner thought after receiving a product sample for review of their classic pacifier, intended for babies ages 6 months or older.
Pacifiers seem to be either loved or hated by parents. Some love them in the beginning because they give mama a break and soothe the child to sleep. Others hate the way they look from the start and resent pacifiers that confuse the baby, making it difficult to transition back to nursing at feeding time. Difrax seems to have considered every parents’ concerns and come up with a line of pacifiers that are not only attractive, but practical.
The careful thought that this reviewer found most impressive is the care the company took in designing a pacifier that is shaped like the nipple of a natural breast. This feature is so important to nursing mothers, because it not only resembles the comfort the child finds while nuzzled near mama during a feeding, but it also transitions baby naturally back and forth. This is so important, especially in the beginning days of breastfeeding, because sometimes babies will refuse to nurse after they have discovered other bottles and pacifiers.
The style is unique and fashionable. Forget the generic solid colored pacifiers that sometimes leave red marks and blisters from suctioning up against the baby’s face. These pacifiers come in several colors. The ones this reviewer received would work with boys or girls, with yellow and blue polka dots and clear, green and blue ocean-like swishes.
The Difrax classic pacifier is Dutch designed and BPA free. This classic pacifier comes in a variety of colors that leave plenty of airways for baby to breathe and a unique shape that allows the nose to remain free. Choose a color that compliments the baby’s face, and change it up with each new outfit.
The pacifiers come in the classic form, which resemble the natural breast, as well as an orthodontic version for older babies. The orthodontic version is not included in this review, but looks equally appealing in helping to actually help with dental issues other pacifiers may create.
Check out their entire line of pacifiers and other baby products at the Difrax website.
Disclaimer: The author of this article received a free sample of this product in exchange only for her honest opinion. The above review is her thoughts.